“Any earner who earns more than he can spend is automatically an investor”: G.M. Loeb's the battle for investment survival; In the original dust jacket
The Battle For Investment Survival.
Loeb, Gerald M.
Item Number: 3432
New York: Hurry House Publishing Company, 1956.
Later printing of Loeb’s classic work. Octavo, original cloth. Near fine in a good dust jacket with some wear to the spine and rear panel.
In The Battle for Investment Survival, the goal is to preserve your capital at all costs, and to win is to "make a killing without being killed." Originally written in 1935, The Battle for Investment Survival treats investors to a straightforward account of how to profit--and how to avoid profit loss--in what Loeb would describe as the constant tug-of-war between rising and falling markets. "Most of today's advisors are telling us to diversify into stocks, bonds, foreign stocks, and perhaps gold, to spread the risk; Loeb tells us to put all our eggs in one basket, and watch the basket" (John Rothchild).